Species Cerastium arvense L. (Field Mouse-ear)
Species Cerastium fontanum Baumg. (Common Mouse-ear)
Species Cerastium glomeratum Thuill. (Sticky Mouse-ear)
Species Cerastium semidecandrum L. (Little Mouse-ear)
Species Cerastium tomentosum L. (Snow-in-summer)
As you can see quite well on the pictures of Prof. Busselen, the petals of Stellaria media are almost completely divided, whereas those of Cerastium fontanum vulgare are only 'cut in half'. The leaves of the first one have a more 'succulent' aspect (don't know if that's the correct word in English), and don't have the hairy aspect that has the second. I see know that the latter is called 'Common Mouse-ear' in English... that's of course because of those hairs on the leaves....
Wildlife Meadow : Downs Link
are a few dimunitive white plants, some Chickweeds
and some in the same family that I have got to sort out to species. Some
of these are illustrated immediately above this text.
flower was recorded on the Pixie Path.
Identified as a Common Mouse-ear on the Pixie Path.